If you’re planning a trip to Atlanta, Georgia any time soon, then you’ll want to know about the Atlanta CityPASS. This is an amazing attraction pass that will save you lots of money and time as you tour around Atlanta.
What is Atlanta CityPASS?
This pass includes admission to:
plus admission to 2 attractions of your choice from
Fernbank Natural History Museum
College Football Hall of Fame
or National Center for Civil and Human Rights
The pass has something for everyone: animals lovers, history buffs, sports fanatics, and science geeks alike.
You get all of this for the super low price of $89+tax for adults and $69+tax for children. Believe me, it is well worth the price!
Top 5 Reasons to Use Atlanta CityPASS
1. You get to save on Atlanta’s best attractions.
2. The admission savings are huge.
You’ll save 44% compared to the regular box office prices at these attractions. That’s incredible! You can put those savings toward souvenirs, your hotel room, or even your next vacation.
3. You can skip the lines and save time.
At some of the attractions, you’ll be able to skip the line and get expedited entry with the CityPASS. That will save you so much time that you can spend exploring!
4. You get additional upgrades and discounts.
Each attraction also offers additional bonuses with the pass, like discounted guided tours and deals from the gift shop.
5. The pass is valid for a whopping 9 days.
You don’t have to see everything in one weekend; you have plenty of time to use your Atlanta CityPASS. The pass is good for 9 days, making it perfect for a long visit. And if your travel plans change, you can return your unactivated CityPASS tickets for free within 365 days from purchase.
How Much Money You’ll Save Using Atlanta CityPASS
The best benefit of using the Atlanta CityPASS is how much money you’ll save rather than buying each ticket separately. Here is just a quick breakdown of how much each attraction costs for an adult ticket without the pass:
Georgia Aquarium – $52.99
World of Coca-Cola – $20.00
Zoo Atlanta – $33.00
National Center for Civil and Human Rights – $19.99
Fernbank Museum of Natural History – $25.95
College Football Hall of Fame – $25.97
Of course, your total savings will depend on which combination of attractions you choose to visit. But if you visited Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Zoo Atlanta, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, and College Football Hall of Fame (this would be the most expensive combination), your total for purchasing tickets separately would be $157.91.
With the Atlanta CityPASS, you only pay $89. You would be saving more than $68 on Atlanta’s top attractions.
And that is definitely worth it!
Atlanta CityPASS F.A.Q.
The CityPASS is absolutely worth it if you want to visit the included attractions! It’s perfect for a first-time visit to Atlanta, or if you just want to see all the classic attractions.
The more attractions you see, the more you save. You have the option of seeing 5 attractions, and with the most expensive combination, you’d save $68. Even if you only saw 3 of the most expensive Atlanta attractions, you would still save money.
Parking is not included in the Atlanta CityPASS. You would have to pay for parking separately.
Some attractions, like Fernbank and Zoo Atlanta, have free parking options. The other attractions are located near each other around Centennial Olympic Park. If you plan your day ahead of time, you can pay for parking just once and see all these attractions together. Parking in Downtown Atlanta generally costs $10-$25.
The Atlanta CityPASS includes general admission to Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, and Zoo Atlanta, plus admission to 2 attractions of your choice from Fernbank Natural History Museum, the College Football Hall of Fame, or the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
You’ll also receive expedited entry to the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola. Your CityPASS also comes with special deals and discounts for upgrades and gift shop purchases at each location.
The Atlanta CityPASS costs $89 plus tax for adults and $69 plus tax for children ages 3 to 12.Learn More About Atlanta’s Top Attractions
Inside the World of Coca-Cola
Tips for Visiting Zoo Atlanta
A Guide to Visiting Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Ready to visit Atlanta, Georgia? Plan your trip with these tips.
Get Familiar With the City: Check out my Ultimate Guide to Atlanta to help plan your trip!
Book Your Flight: Find the cheapest flights using Skyscanner, my favorite flight search engine.
Find Accommodation: You can find top hotels in Atlanta using Booking.com.
Save on Attractions: Save 44% on admission to Atlanta’s top attractions using the Atlanta CityPASS.
Have you used the Atlanta CityPASS on your trip to Atlanta? Let me know in the comments!